Technoxian 6.0 – The War of Robotics

AICRA to organize 6th edition of Technoxian – World Robotics Championship Series. The event is supported by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. Grand Inauguration ceremony and performance by Astitva. Vice Chancellors, Govt. officials, Foreign Delegates, CXOs and Principals are invited. The Education and Technology Expo to showcase the Technology Innovations. 1000+ Teams from India and other countries, nine categories of competitions. New Delhi, 25th July 2022 : All-India Council for Robotics and Automation announced the 6th edition of Technoxian – World Robotics Championship Series to be held on…

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All the eyes on Technoxian: Robotic Championship

New Delhi, 21st July 2022: The All-India Council for Robotics & Automation launches the 6th edition of its world robotic championship series “technoxian” which prepares young people for the future. The technoxian is an annual competition that helps young people discover the rewards and excitement of education and careers in science, engineering, and technology. The tournament challenges students to design and build a robot and compete in high-intensity challenges that reward the effectiveness of each robot, the power of team strategy and collaboration, and the determination of students. The 6th…

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Technoxian 6.0 – The War of Robotics

New Delhi, 20th July 2022: All-India Council for Robotics and Automation announced the 6th edition of Technoxian – World Robotics Championship Series to be held on August 21st and 22nd, 2022 at Indira Gandhi Stadium, New Delhi. Technoxian Robotic tournament challenges participating teams in different categories of robotic competitions and prepares them for a technology-driven future. The two-day event will bring together students and mentors from India and other 51 countries to participate in 10 Categories of competitions including Robo Race, Robo Soccer, Robo War, Maze Solver, Drone Challenge, RC…

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India plans to make Google, Facebook pay news publishers for using their content

Big digital companies like Google and Facebook may soon have to pay news publishers a price for utilizing their original content. The government has intimated that it is considering acquiring major content-creation companies such as Google, Meta, Microsoft, Apple, Twitter, and Amazon. Pay a percentage of revenue to Indian newspapers and digital news publishers for using their original content. Countries such as Australia, Canada, France, and Spain have already implemented the technique. The Minister of State for IT and Electronics, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, said the government is currently thinking about revising…

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Industrial AI enterprise Detect Technologies raises $28M in funding

Detect Technologies, an AI-based SaaS startup, has raised US$28 million in a primary and secondary funding round led by Prosus Ventures, with participation from existing investors Accel and Elevation Capital. Other existing investors in the round included Shell Ventures, Bharat Innovation Fund, and Bluehill Capital. The startup was founded in 2013 by Daniel Raj David, Harikrishnan A.S., Tarun Mishra, and Karthik Rajasekaran. Detect Technologies is a cloud-based AI-powered enterprise tech SaaS startup that provides intelligence to industries for mitigating high-consequence risks. The platform has built a large library of AI…

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A Fuzzy AI Algorithm to help people with memory loss

A new computer system developed by Parham Aarabi of the University of Toronto can store and retrieve information strategically, just like our brains. In addition, the associate professor at the Edward S. Rogers Sr. department of electrical and computer engineering in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has developed an experimental tool that uses the novel algorithm to assist persons with memory loss. “Most people think of AI as more robot than human,” says Aarabi, whose framework is explored in a paper being presented this week at the IEEE…

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What are the AI trends in business?

AI will be used to simplify and improve operations in 2022 and the years that follow. Businesses should aim to gain from the commercial application of AI by strengthening their IT infrastructure and data management. However, not every deployed AI model may be beneficial to businesses and suited for performance monitoring. We’ll concentrate on AI trends that are likely to become widespread 2022. AI for Security & Surveillance Face recognition, speech recognition, and video analysis have already used AI approaches. These strategies are the most effective combination for surveillance and…

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How artificial intelligence impacts of EdTech

The impact of AI is being seen across industries as AI-based solutions such as natural language processing (NLP), robotic process automation (RPA), and machine learning (ML) grow more prevalent. According to Statista, the global market for artificial intelligence (AI) software is predicted to develop fast, reaching USD 126 billion by 2025. AI is becoming increasingly popular in education. According to Markets & Markets, the global market for AI in education is estimated to reach USD 3.68 billion by 2023. This is hardly surprising given the numerous uses for AI in…

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AI21 Labs raises $64M to help it compete against OpenAI

AI21 Labs has raised $64 million in funding to compete with OpenAI and other NLP leaders. NLP (Natural Language Processing) competition is heating up. With its GPT-3 model, OpenAI is now regarded as the industry leader, although competitors are gaining traction. AI21 Labs is regarded as one of the most promising candidates by investors. “We completed this round during a period of market uncertainty, which highlights the confidence our investors have in AI21’s vision to change the way people consume and produce information,” said Ori Goshen, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of…

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Meta tells managers to identify low performers, employees fear layoffs

Meta has apparently requested company managers to identify poor performers, just weeks after the company warned of difficult times ahead. Some Meta employees are concerned about losing their jobs soon, while others are concerned about mass layoffs later. According to reports, Mahar Saba, Meta’s VP for Remote Presence, has directed managers to identify team members who “require care.” Saba has also reportedly instructed managers to “move to exit” under-performers and those “who are unable to get on track.” In the meantime, Meta rival Google is also slowing down hirings this…

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